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AAP Wins First Step Towards Corruption-Free India: Pandhare

Irrigation scam whistleblower Vijay Pandhare, who recently joined the Aam Aadmi Party, has said that AAP's victory in the Delhi Assembly polls is the first step towards the aim of a society rid of corruption.

"The voters want change and removal of corrupt people from power. They (voters) have initiated the first step in this regard through Delhi elections towards creating a corruption-free society," Pandhare told reporters here last evening. 

Pandhare, who joined AAP on December 1 after retiring from the Maharashtra Water Resources department, has expressed confidence that the party will get a good response in the state whenever it intends to contest elections.

AAP has bagged 28 seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly.

Pandhare, the Water Resources department chief engineer and member of the state-level technical advisory committee, had earlier written to Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan about alleged irregularities in irrigation projects in the state.

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Dec 09, 2013
05:51 PM

It is one thing to say a corruption free government when not in power.  AAP wants Lok Pal Bill and Anna hazare is going to fast for a Lok Pal Bill.  Is AAP going to join him in fasting?  How AAP is going to support Anna's effort? 

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